Carroll W. Grant
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Using oxygen consumption as a criterion it has been demonstrated that various kinds of pure and mixed hydrocarbons are oxidized by bacteria found in sea water and marine mud. The bacteria were grown… Continue Reading
Bacteria are found in the sea which are capable of utilizing petroleum ether, gasoline, kerosene, lubricating oils, crude oils, petrolatum, paraffine wax, mineral oil, methane, pentane, hexane,… Continue Reading
Abstract In studying the biological oxygen demand of sea water, it has been observed that rubber stoppers increase the amount of oxygen consumed. In fact, the small amount of rubber gasket exposed to… Continue Reading